MP Board result 2018: MPBSE declares Class 10th and Class 12th results; check your score on

The Madhya Pradesh Board for Secondary Education (MPBSE) has declared the results of Class 10 and Class 12 board examinations on its official website today, according to several media reports.

The MPBSE conducted the MP Board High School Certificate (HSC) Examination, or MP Class 10 examination 2018, and MP High Secondary School Certificate (HSSC) Examination or the MP 12th Examination 2018 in March.

Steps to check MP Board Result 2018

- Click on the official website

- Click on the link MP Board 10th Result 2018 or MP Board 12th Result 2018

- Enter your roll number and save the result once it's available

- Also, take a printout for future reference.

- Candidates can also the results via SMS by messaging SMS — MPBSE10<space>ROLLNUMBER — and send it to 56263 and MP12<space>ROLLNUMBER to 56263

According to Hindustan Times, nearly 19,00,000 students, including 7,00,000 Class 12 candidates and 11,00,000 Class 10 examinees, took the exams.

The Class 12 board exam was held from 1 March and ended on 3 April and Class 10 exams were conducted from 5 March to 31 March. This year, the result will be announced at Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan's house and later the toppers will be felicitated by him.

The MPBSE board has also asked schools to organise parent-teacher meetings to help students cope with pressure after the results are declared, the report said.

Updated Date: May 14, 2018 11:32 AM

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